It’s the age-old question when it comes to real estate, should you rent or buy a property?
Buying property in Dubai as an expat might sound like a complicated procedure, but it’s actually an achievable process that could end up becoming one of the best investments you’ve ever made.
And you don’t even need to spend a lot to get a great property deal. If you’ve ever considered becoming a homeowner, we’ve compiled five mid-market, affordable properties listed on dubizzle now. They’re definitely worth considering.
Dubai Sports City is a sports complex with multiple sports venues for cricket, football and rugby. But if sports isn’t your thing then there is still plenty of restaurants, retail outlets and community activities that you can entertain yourself with.
Golf View Residence tower introduces contemporary living among an environment of sporting activities and clubs. The building offers a tranquil living experience with an open view to an 18-hole golf course.
Golf View Residence consists of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments equipped with modern kitchen designs. If you’re looking for a one-bedroom apartment with two bathrooms then it will cost you around AED 750,000 to buy.
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Jumeirah Village Circle
This area is quickly becoming the ‘new heart of Dubai’. It’s a tranquil community which is easily accessible and offers residences facilities such as parks, sports fields, schools and mosques. With a peaceful and safe ambiance, it’s becoming quite a popular community.
Laya Residence has a shared pool, gym, spa and covered parking. And if you’re a pet owner then there’s no need to worry, as this building allows pets.
Laya Residence is a brand-new building, and a one-bedroom apartment will cost you AED 830,000.
Jumeirah Lakes Towers
Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT) has always been a popular residential area in Dubai. It’s in the centre of the city, giving residents easy access to Downtown Dubai and Dubai Marina. It consists of 80 towers and three artificial lakes as well as a 55,000-metre park.
Lake City Tower in cluster D has a shared gym, a pool and security. And for AED 850,000, a one-bedroom apartment could be yours.
Al Furjan is a residential community located just by Jebel Ali. Over the years, it has become quite popular as it includes 4,000 houses, apartments, hotels and commercial plots and has grown into a master community.
In terms of amenities, the building has a lot to offer such as built-in kitchen appliances, spa, pool and gym. One-bedroom apartment goes for around AED 940,000.
Again, the Greens is another popular residential area for expats due to its convenient location. It’s a stone’s throw away from Dubai Internet City metro station and Mall of the Emirates. It’s one of the most established residential areas in the city. And that’s why an apartment in it will cost you around AED 980,000 to buy.